2017 Computer and Elecronics Recycling Events
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2017 Scrap Metal Recycling Program
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2017 Household Hazardous Waste Collection
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2017 Mobile Paper Shredding Events
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CRANFORD RECYCLING INFO

 Note: the Township does not supply Recycling Barrels to residents

IT IS CRUCIAL THAT RECYCLED MATERIALS ARE PLACED IN THE PROPER RECEPTACLES AT THE CONSERVATION CENTER. PLEASE HELP OUR EFFORTS IN RECYCLING, AND DEPOSIT THE CORRECT MATERIALS IN THE CORRECT RECEPTACLES–THANK YOU**

NO PERMIT REQUIRED FOR:
MOTOR OIL & MOTOR OIL FILTERS,
GLASS BOTTLES & JARS, ALUMINUM CANS, STEEL/TIN CANS, PLASTIC BOTTLES  (TYPE 1 & 2 plus TYPES 3 – 7), NEWSPAPERS, MIXED PAPER (JUNK MAIL/MAGAZINES), HARDCOVER & PAPERBACK BOOKS, CORRUGATED CARDBOARD
PLEASE NOTE: HOUSEHOLD BATTERIES ARE NO LONGER BEING RECYCLED AT THE CONSERVATION CENTER EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2010

PERMIT REQUIRED FOR:
 GRASS, BRUSH, YARD WASTE
PROOF OF RESIDENCY AND PERMIT REQUIRED FOR DROP OFF.

2017 YARD WASTE PERMIT FEE = $75.00

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RESIDENTIAL SOLID WASTE HAULERS IN CRANFORD

1) A & S Sanitation P.O. Box 702 Cranford, New Jersey 07016 908-889-4262
2) Grand Sanitation P.O. Box 359 Scotch Plains, New Jersey  07076 908-222-1566
3) Midco Waste 11 Harmich Road S.Plainfield, New Jersey 07080 908-561-8380
4) R.N.D.Disposal P.O. Box 209 Garwood, New Jersey 07027 908-232-7494
5) Waste Management 1232 North Avenue Plainfield, New Jersey 07062 1-800-371-7329
6) Ferreira Carting LLC PO Box 708 Clark, New Jersey 07066 908-209-0021
7) DeLuca Disposal Solutions 2496 Plainfield Ave. Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 1-844-335-8221

Medicine Drop-off:
Cranford Health Dept.

The County of Union Police Department has partnered with New Jersey State Attorney General’s office and the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs to provide citizens with a safe and anonymous mechanism to dispose of unused, unwanted, and expired medications.

The Medicine Drop Boxes are prominent, highly visible, and recognizable. Citizens can properly dispose of medications 7 days a week, 365 days a year. For safety reasons, the boxes can only accept solid medications such as pills, patches, inhalers, or similar objects; the drop boxes cannot accept liquids, medical waste, or syringes.

Union County’s Medicine Drop Box is located at:
Sheriff Froehlich Public Safety Building, 300 North Avenue East, Westfield, NJ 07090; Telephone: 908-654-9800
Additional information regarding Project Medicine Drop is available at http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop

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